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Holbein shines at the National Portrait Gallery

    The German painter is the main draw at The Encounter: Drawings from Leonardo to Rembrandt; and an intriguing work by William Dobson has turned up in Oxford

    Soul of a Nation

      Does this Tate Modern show succeed in speaking truth to Black Power?

      Manchester International Festival

        The biennial festival stays stays close to home with a poignant look at the city’s people and proud cultural heritage

        Gregory Crewdson at the Photographers’ Gallery

          The photographer Gregory Crewdson’s latest show inspires less a sense of existential despair than one of contrived absurdity

          Germany 1919-1933 at Tate Liverpool

            Tate Liverpool’s examination of Germany between the wars through portraits, both painted and photographed, reveals a country descending into darkness

            Khandija Saye

              A full version of Waldemar’s text remembering the work of Khandija Saye – young artist, who died in Grenfell Tower fire

              Mondrian, but not as you know him

                There’s more to Holland’s most famous proponent of De Stijl than rectangles, as this detailed exhibition in the Hague shows

                Grayson Perry at the Serpentine Gallery

                  He is a man at the top of his game — and the queen of nimble social observation in his new London show

                  Raphael — The Drawings

                    Raphael’s drawings at the Ashmolean mark a resurgence in his popularity — and they are full of technical surprises

                    Hokusai — Beyond the Great Wave

                      The British Museum’s Hokusai exhibition shows the restless vigour and energy that the great Japanese artist brought to his work well into his eighties